at work, a rumor recently surfaced about one of our new girls having a crush on me. And she’s pretty cool and all, but I’m not at all attracted to anyone at work, as far as I can tell.
Turns out, the whole thing is legit and I am just like
And just last night, my younger brother mentions to me that his gf’s older sister thinks I’m cute, but doesn’t think I’d want to take a chance with her because she drinks or something. And really, the sister is really pretty. But again, not attracted.
So what I’m getting at is,
WHERE WERE ALL THESE CRUSH DEVELOPMENTS WHEN I WAS GROWING UP LIKE LITERALLY I WASN’T BLIPPING ON ANYONE’S CRUSH RADAR AND IN THE PAST COUPLE WEEKS I FIND TWO PEOPLE FIND ME ATTRACTIVE SO
Anonymous asked: question: how do you find your voice when rapping? i'm having a hard time figuring it out :<
It’ll come to you as time goes on. Listen to a lot of rappers nowadays and compare their voices to who they were years ago.
A prime example I like to use is Tyga. His voice may be easily recognizable now, but back on the This Ain’t A Scene Remix he featured on, he sounds a lot different. These days, his voice fits the tough-guy/gangster sort of music he makes, but his voice on earlier songs sounds almost innocent and too young to be making the songs he makes today.
This applies to pretty much any rapper tbh. They’ve all been doing this long enough to find their rapping voices. It’s not always an immediate thing.
Just record stuff and re-record if you don’t like how your voice sounds. You’ll discover your voice all in due time, trust me.
when you meet someone cool
when that person thinks you’re cool
when you become cool friends with that person
when you do cool stuff together
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they call me femme fatale. you're able to tame the tiger but you can't tame me too.
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